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The England and Wales Cricket Board is planning to spend up to £50 million in a massive programme of investment aimed at providing full-size outdoor cricket fields in Britain's deprived inner-cities. The commitment to reviving cricket in the inner
Hugh Morris resigns England post for dual Glamorgan role Hugh Morris is to leave his post as managing director of England cricket to take over a dual role with Glamorgan. Former Glamorgan captain Morris, 49, has been appointed as the county's chief
The Pakistan Cricket Board has rubbished Rashid Latif`s claim that an alleged Indian bookmaker Annu Bhatt was a guest of the Board in 2005-06, terming the former captain`s accusation as "baseless and stupid". "It is a baseless and stupid accusation.
England bowler Tim Bresnan out with injury England and Yorkshire pace bowler Tim Bresnan will miss the rest of the summer through injury. The England and Wales Cricket Board said the player, 28, has a stress fracture in his lower back. Bresnan has
There are overdue payments that date back to 2000, with approximately Rs. Sharjah for bank charges deducted from the participation fees for a series India participated then...Australia is latest in list of unsettled payments. "We send these Boards
Allardice is meeting the coaches of Australia and England in Durham before the fourth Test, which begins on Friday, to discuss the DRS which has become a dominant character in the series. Atherton believes the ICC should give Hot Spot, the thermal
AP Pakistan spinner Danish Kaneria was banned on Friday for life by the Pakistan Cricket Board for his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal. Pakistan's spinner Danish Kaneria's career seems all but over with the country's Cricket Board today
Refusing to take any names, Sethi said that some people, including former board officials had attempted to get Pakistan suspended, although he added that the board and its new constitution has been supported by the ICC, the Express Tribune reports.
The England and Wales Cricket Board can begin the process of allocating matches for the 2019 World Cup after finalising the hosting agreement with the International Cricket Council. The ICC decided that the tournament would come to England and Wales
England has been confirmed as the host country for the 2019 Cricket World Cup, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Monday. The tournament, scheduled to involve 10 teams, will be held in June at 10